The Comedy of Errors - Study Guide Act 4, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scene 2 takes place at the house of Antipholus of Ephesus. Adriana and Luciana enter, talking. Luciana has confessed to Adriana that Antipholus has made advances to her. Adriana questions her about the nature of the conversation. Luciana explains that although she tried to plead for Adriana, Antipholus approached her in a manner that would have made an honest woman love him. Adriana is wildly jealous but rails against Antipholus rather than Luciana. For all his faults, Adriana still loves her husband.

Dromio of Syracuse enters in a rush, bidding Adriana to collect the money needed by Antipholus of Ephesus. Dromio explains to the women that Antipholus has been arrested and needs the money in the desk to be rescued from his plight. Adriana sends Luciana to fetch the money, while she questions Dromio more closely about the situation. Dromio insists that time has turned...

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